I’m a morning person. My grandma loves to tell people that even when I was a baby I’d wake up smiling. A previous roommate had a no-talking rule until she’d showered, and Jim frequently tells me to slow down until he’s had a chance to wake up. So not only am I a morning person, …
Exploring the past through travel to understand the present.
Step inside Yuma Territorial Prison, one of the most feared places in the American Southwest.
Finding a Route 66 treasure and carvings from long ago.
Previous: Chapter 11 – Camping Should be a Pre-Marriage Requirement The drive into Albuquerque was an endless stream of giant yellow billboards extolling the many virtues of the Flying C Ranch. One after another after another and another and another they tease you, exhort you, beckon you to forget whatever destination is plugged into your …
This beautiful, magical place is located in southwestern Oklahoma and is home to bison, Texas long horns, and other wildlife.
Previous: Chapter 4: Big Cats and Bigger Hearts As we left Bentonville I was a touch trepidatious about the next leg of our journey. It was Sunday. We left Friday. We were already getting a little loopy and taking bets on when I’d forget what day it was, and now we were headed to the …
Remembering sacrifices of the past with a flight in living history.
Eight of the famed architect’s sites are inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage List. See why his work is worthy of this global recognition.
A series of plot twists turned this remote region into a tantalizing place to visit.
Enter the wonderful story of an artist who inspired dedication, patronage, and formidable women.
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument provides a sobering look at one of the defining moments in U.S. history.
Not-so-secret secrets of one of America’s most recognizable landmarks.